Ontario M1 Test Rules7
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This online M1 traffic signs practice test, with multiple choice questions, is intended to help you prepare for the Ontario M1 Motorcycle driver’s test that is required before you can get your Motorcycle driver’s license. This free practice written driving test is a lesson that is essential for getting your Ontario M1 driver’s license at your local licensing office.
Driving at Night
When you have to do a lot of driving at night you must be courteous to the other drivers. Remember to dim your headlights when a car is approaching. If you do not dim your headlights you cause the other driver to be temporarily blinded, this could cause a serious accident. Even after you have passed them you may be leaving that driver seeing spots from your bright lights. Be kind and dim those lights.
Be prepared for emergencies. Every car should have a kit in it for those times when an emergency arises. You should pack emergency roadside flares in your kit, pack a flashlight with extra batteries. Make sure you have the essentials like emergency fuel, a spare tire, a jack, and a lug wrench, a quart of oil, and some water in case of overheating. You should always have some paper toweling to clean your hands with.
When you are driving alone at night and see an approaching vehicle in the rear view mirror that is signaling for you to pull over, wait until you reach a well lighted area to pull over. Preferably an area where there are other people. If you are being pulled over by a policeman they will not mind that you waited to pull over until you felt safe, if it is someone who meant you harm they will drive on, avoiding potential detection. If your car was to break down and you have to pull over on the side of the road, set off road flares, and turn on your emergency flashers. If someone approaches you should stay in your car with your doors locked. You can crack your window slightly and ask the person to call for help. Do not get out of the car and do not roll your window all the way down.
Make sure that if you are driving you stop and fuel your car up before it gets dark. This is especially good advice if you drive in rural areas that are not well lit, and it can be several miles to the next gas station. You want to make sure that your windshield is clean when you are going to be driving after dark as well. A dirty windshield will cause you to have poor visibility, at a time when you are already compromised. Clean your windshield when you stop for fuel, and check the level in your wiper reservoir.
Always let someone know what roads you intend to be driving, and what time you expect to arrive at your destination. If you were to have trouble you want someone to be able to alert the authorities for you. If no one knows where you are going then no one will know you are in need of help. Keep your emergency flashlight in your glove box or in the center console of your car. You do not want to have troubles and be stumbling around outside trying to get your flashlight from the trunk of your car.